Opinion

Will Kat Stacks Get Deported to Venezuela? Her Twitter Says No

Ahh, our favorite hip-hop ho Kat Stacks has laid claim to some of the biggest hip-hop scandals since her predecessor, Karrine Steffans (AKA Superhead) aired her dirty laundry in a tell-all book entitled Confessions of a Video Vixen in 2005, published by none other than Harpers Collins. High class, baby!



No doubt, Kat's upcoming "memoir" will be just as insightful and spiritually uplifting as Superhead's literary effort. But before Random House comes knocking with a six-figure book deal, they might have to reach her in her home country of Venezuela. There's a chance she'll never return to her current residence in Aventura, Florida.



Stacks has got some immigration issues.



Last week, Kat was arrested in Nashville on immigration charges. Looks like Soulja Boy's baby mama, real name Andrea Herrera-Cardena, has been shacking up illegally in the States for a hot minute. In a few of her recent tweets, Stacks chronicles the situation, claiming racism and making clear that black security guards are better.



Compiled from twitter.com/ihatekatstacks:



Smh as soon they saw my foreign passport they started f**king with me. The police already cleared me but still messing with me. This is why I hate white people, snitching racist b**ches. The black securities are cool but this white mothaf**kers in here f**king with me. I'm getting arrested have fun without me.


Kat's mother, on the other hand, wants to clear all rumors by stating on her Twitter account that her pride and joy will be home soon. In other words, good luck.



We'll pour some Old E and play "Deuces" all night in your honor, Ms. Stacks.

KEEP MIAMI NEW TIMES FREE... Since we started Miami New Times, it has been defined as the free, independent voice of Miami, and we'd like to keep it that way. With local media under siege, it's more important than ever for us to rally support behind funding our local journalism. You can help by participating in our "I Support" program, allowing us to keep offering readers access to our incisive coverage of local news, food and culture with no paywalls.
Esther Park